Occupying SL military behind bringing extremist BBS monks to Kokku'laay

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 16 March 2016, 08:47 GMT]
Officers of the occupying SL Army and Navy were operating behind in arranging Sinhala Buddhist extremist Bodu Bala Sena (Buddhist Power Force) to visit Kokku'laay in Mullaiththeevu district, informed sources in Mullaiththeevu told TamilNet on Wednesday. Ven Galagoda Aththe Gnanasara Thero, the general secretary of the BBS was in Kokku'laay on Monday encouraging the extremist monk Sri Thissapura Gunarathna Thero for his occupation scheme, which is being projected through the construction of a Buddhist Vihara establishment in the lands illegally seized from Eezham Tamils at the strategic point linking North and East. In the meantime, the SL government in Colombo, through its Ministry of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development, has issued hundreds of fishing permits to Sinhala fishermen occupying Kokku'laay.

BBS visiting Mullaiththeevu


More than 1,000 Sinhala fishermen have arrived at the area with the permits recently issued by the SL Ministry in Colombo.

The SL government in Colombo, which was at odds with Gnanasara, is deploying him to sustain and step up the occupation of Kokku'laay.

The visit by controversial Gnanasara Thero takes place at a time councillors of the Northern Provincial Council were highly concerned of the demographic genocide targeting Kokku'laay and the territorial contiguity of the Tamil homeland.

The occupying navy of genocidal Sri Lanka was also working with the BBS at Champoor in a campaign to sustain the occupation last year.

The BBS is also active along the borders of Batticaloa towards Polonnaruwa and Ampaa'rai in occupying the lands of Eezham Tamils.

BBS visiting Mullaiththeevu
BBS visiting Mullaiththeevu
Occupying Sinhala military was behind bringing Sinhala Buddhist extremist monks belonging to Bodu Bala Sena (Buddhist Power Force) to Mullaiththeevu to revive the demographic genocide against Eezham Tamils


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